The National Pulse’s editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam appeared on One America News’s (OAN) Tipping Point, detailing the bizarre post-defamation trial behavior of E. Jean Carroll. The writer and advice columnist who last week won a ‘ludicrous’ $83.3 million judgment against former President Donald Trump has undertaken a whirlwind media tour, most recently appearing on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show.
Carroll, appearing giddy, offered to take the liberal MSNBC host shopping for a completely new wardrobe adding, “Rachel, what do you want? A penthouse? It’s yours, Rachel!” As she continued, Carroll’s plans for spending the judgment became more nonsensical with her suggesting to Maddow they go fishing in France. For her part, Carroll appears to sincerely enjoy the newfound media attention, going so far as to throw a victory party at the ‘Flower Shop’ bar in the Lower East Side.
Speaking with OAN’s Kara McKinney, Kassam noted the grotesque nature of the public display Carroll has put on since her legal victory against Trump. Addressing Carroll’s changing story and off-color comments before, during, and after her two defamation trials against the former President, he explained: “They’ve given us an insight into a character who is – appears to be – wildly delusional.”
“Remember what we’re talking about here. This is a situation where she is alleging and continues to allege – and it’s not allowed now to have any pushback for fear of defamation cases – that a man, Donald Trump in this instance, forced himself on her,” Kassam told Kinney, before continuing: “And yet she’s on national television joking about shopping sprees and fishing trips and laughing along.”
He added: “They’re laughing in our faces. They’re laughing in President Trump’s face… They’re laughing in the faces of ordinary Americans. And quite frankly they’re laughing in the face of rape victims with this attitude. This cavalier attitude. This political attitude.”
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